Habits are a normal part of every person's lives, but it is often counterproductive when dealing with change. As humans we are not very good at changing. We see changes as a negative thing, something that creates instability and insecurity. A normal change management process often evolves trough number of mental phases:
Notice: These phases are usually referred to as the Change Curve. It is described and visualized in many varieties.
The change management model is built to optimize these phases - making the process more effective. The first four phases are very negative and counterproductive. The model solves this by quickly focusing on understanding (what's and why's) and the potential possibilities the change will bring with it. It tries to create energy from start to finish and ensure that everyone is committed.
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